Brad and Angie Love The Gays. Gays Rejoice.


Everyone’s favorite super couple have announced they’ll continue living in sin until all Americans can marry. That means us, of course.
In the new issue of Esquire, Pitt says, “Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able.” That’s nice. When we’re allowed to marry, why don’t you ditch Angie and give us a call. And, no, we won’t sign a pre-nup.

The aforementioned issue of Esquire is on stands Sept. 19th

“Brangelina To Marry When Everyone Can” [AP via]

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  • chris eckenrode

    yeah, but will they still be together by the time we’re allowed to be?

  • chgo921

    If I had the chance at Brad Pitt, I’d write the pre-nup myself and sign it with my own blood!

  • Jerry

    Yes, but does Brad love the gays as much — or should I say as frequently — as Angelina loves the lesbians?

  • Ryan

    Does this mean I’m going to have to watch that train-wreck-of-a-movie Troy? I mean… I could prolly watch it once now that Brad’s turned so nice.

    In all seriousness – that’s very, very cool. Brad’s just gotten hotter in my book!

  • Martini-boy

    I wonder if this includes polygamists…

  • Bernie

    Is it my cynical imagination or are straight hetero types starting to use gays as an excuse not to get married. I.E. “I’d marry you in a heartbeat, honey, but until all Americans can marry….” Has it replaced the understated but effective excuse: “I’m just not ready for a commitment, honey”?


  • Jerry

    Now that I think about it, there was that whole Billy Bob Thorton/Jennifer Aniston past that makes this whole protestation completely invalid.

  • mattymatt

    I do appreciate the spirit in which this was intended, but it seems like their argument aligns with the folks who think that permitting gays to marry is the same as permitting polygamy and incest and marriages to turtles. “If everyone who WANTS to marry CAN marry, then there will be some very undeserving marriages indeed,” the argument goes, and I tend to agree. A better phrasing might have been, “…when everyone else in the country who DESERVES to be married is legally able.”

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